Second Grade Holidays & Seasons Activities

Throughout the year there are many reasons to celebrate. From the changing of seasons to national and religious holidays, we have all kinds of ideas that will help your young learner get in a celebratory mood. While creating, gaming, and crafting kids will learn more about the holidays and the times of year that have cultural significance. Our holiday activities are also a great way to introduce your child to more obscure holidays as well as holidays that are widely celebrated around the world.

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... texture so that it resemble old parchment our founding fathers used to write on. If your child could write a famous document that would be read by people all over...
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... cardboard. Instruct him to cut the centerpiece shape out. Have him paint the centerpiece any color he wishes. While the centerpiece dries, have him paint all...
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... together. Walls, windows and doors should each be a different color.  When both of you have drawn all the rooms, add one piece of furniture, appliance or...
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... fast as you can! You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!" All was well until the day he was tricked by a fox, who had a delicious gingerbread...
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... trace this heart five or six times on other sheets of paper. Have her cut out all of the traced hearts. Help her arrange the hearts in a circle to create the base...
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... heart. These slits will be used to string the hearts on the yarn. Have your child cut a piece of yarn long enough to string all of his hearts. You may have to...
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... your combined efforts by hanging the wreath up for all to see. What You Need: Foam wreath shape Hot glue gun Easter egg embellishments Easter grass...
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... the shell. If you don't have an eyedropper, place a straw over the top hole and blow into the egg until all of the contents are removed. Rinse the egg...
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... sugar isn't melted at all. But as the sugar melts, there will be a distinct change: the entire solution will become clear. Do be sure that you and your child stir...
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.... It's a great opportunity to spend some time with your child outside. If you work indoors, make sure you cover your work area thoroughly, and stay away from all...
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... must all work together to respect all people of all races and walks of life. As you’re talking, here’s a project to keep little, and big, hands busy...
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... second sheet, making contact with a long edge first. Have your child use the bowl of a spoon to smooth laminate from the center of card all the way out to the...
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... the bowl with a rubber spatula to make sure all of the batter is incorporated. Increase the mixer speed to medium and beat for 2 minutes more, scraping down the sides...
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... than the base of the lunch bag. Now he can design the base for the bag. We added a road, a tree and shrubs to ours. Have him glue all the pieces in place using the...
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...." Gather a bunch of measuring tools from the kitchen. These can be cups, teaspoons and tablespoons. Now comes the fun part! Have your child go through all...
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... falls on the next person. To end the game, announce that the plane is landing and all characters must say goodbye to each other and be on their way. This is a fun...
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... point. What is this story about? After reading the entire article, your child can compare her outline with the full article. Did she sum up all the essential...
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... all those pretty colors while introducing the concept of refraction! What You Need: Sunny day Short drinking glass Small mirror Sheet of white...
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... coloring Small cookie cutters Waxed paper What You Do: Wash your hands and encourage your child to do the same. Make sure all chefs are wearing aprons...
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... necessity of hand washing into your little chef early on. Make sure all cooks are wearing aprons with sleeves out of the way, and long hair tied back. Have your child...

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